New Mexico Consortium

New Mexico Consortium

Scientific Research Collaboration

NEW MEXICO CONSORTIUM

The New Mexico Consortium (NMC) is a non-profit corporation formed by three New Mexico universities in order to facilitate research in the state of New Mexico, and specifically to increase research collaborations between universities, industry and Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). Science is increasingly collaborative; tackling problems at a large scale requires cross-institutional, cross-disciplinary teams. The NMC strives to increase research collaborations, support scientists, and encourage scientific start-up company development in New Mexico.

NEW HAPPENINGS

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The Your State of Science Program, by the New Mexico Consortium, brings local experts to Los Alamos to discuss what research is happening in New Mexico. A range of exciting topics will educate the community about their State of Science! Learn more HERE.

NMC
RESEARCH

Corcoran Lab

The NMC is committed to supporting high-quality scientific research. Research at the NMC includes:

ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENT

Collaborators at the New Mexico Consortium Biolab

The NMC supports new research companies as they develop cutting-edge technologies through:

EDUCATION
& OUTREACH

Science Fest Booth

Public outreach and science education are at the core of the New Mexico Consortium mission. The NMC supports:

NMC NEWS

July 15th Lecture – Learn about the Very Large Array Radio Telescope!

July 15th – Learn about the Very Large Array Radio Telescope! A public lecture, Q&A, and art exhibit on the National Radio Astronomy Observatory’s Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array (VLA) radio telescope will soon occur in Los Alamos.  The Your State of Science Series, hosted by the New Mexico Consortium and ScienceFest/Los Alamos Mainstreet
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Very Large Array Radio Telescope Photography Exhibit Now Available to View!

Very Large Array Radio Telescope Photography Exhibit Now Available to View! The New Mexico Consortium, partnering with Los Alamos Mainstreet and Los Alamos ScienceFest, just completed the installation of our Very Large Array (VLA) Radio Telescope photography exhibit! This exhibit is being held at 1735 Central Ave in Los Alamos, New Mexico as a part
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July 18 & 19: Join us for Geology of Northern New Mexico Lecture and Field Trip!

July 18 & 19: Join us for Geology of Northern New Mexico Lecture and Field Trip! Want to learn more about the incredible geology of the Los Alamos area?  Join us on Thursday, July 18, at 6:00pm at SALA Los Alamos Event Center, for a lecture on the geology of Northern New Mexico.  The event
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NMC RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS

Francesca Di Mare Presents at Triennial Earth-Sun Summit 2024

Francesca Di Mare Presents at Triennial Earth-Sun Summit 2024 New Mexico Consortium scientist Francesca Di Mare, recently presented her magnetospheric work at the Triennial Earth-Sun Summit (TESS) 2024. The Triennial Earth-Sun Summit (TESS), held 7-12 April 2024 in Dallas, TX at the Hilton Anatole, is a joint meeting of the Space Physics and Aeronomy Section of
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Qing  Zheng Presents at 38th International Conference on Massive Storage Systems and Technology

Qing  Zheng Presents at 38th International Conference on Massive Storage Systems and Technology New Mexico Consortium scientist Qing Zheng recently presented his work titled, Analytics Query Pushdown Using Object-Based Computational Storage at the 38th International Conference on Massive Storage Systems and Technology. This conference, held Jun 3-7th in Santa Clara, CA, was founded, in 1974,
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Dr. Claudine Gravel-Miguel Presents Terrain Model Work At SAA Meeting

Dr. Claudine Gravel-Miguel Presents Terrain Model Work At SAA Meeting Dr. Claudine Gravel-Miguel, a research scientist with the Center for Applied Fire and Ecosystem Science (CAFES) at the New Mexico Consortium recently presented her work at the 89th Annual Society for American Archaeology (SAA) Meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana. The goal of SAA Meetings is
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